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PSYCO104 Chapter 7: Learning

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PSYCO104 Chapter Notes -Hemoglobin, Olfactory Receptor, Normal Distribution

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PSYCO104 Chapter 5: Consciousness

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PSYCO104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Positive Psychology, Sociobiology, Cognitive Revolution

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Chapter 1: psychology: the science of behaviour ! Two assumptions made:: materialism - that assumption that we can explain everything in terms of physi
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PSYCO104 Chapter 2: Methods in Psychology

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PSYCO104 Chapter 8: Emotions and Motivation

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PSYCO104 Chapter 6: Memory

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PSYCO104 Chapter 1: Psychology: The Evolution of a Science

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PSYCO104 Chapter 3: Neuroscience and Behaviour

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PSYCO104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Monism

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> certain kinds of knowledge are innate/inborn ex. children in every culture figure out early on that sounds can have meanings that can be arranged int
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PSYCO104 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Inter-Services Intelligence, Nuclear Technology, Sony Entertainment Television

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Administrative structure - federal, with 28 state governments. Executive - prime minister, leader of the party or coalition with the most seats in the
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PSYCO104 Chapter 1: Psyc 104 Intro

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Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and the mind. Behaviour refers to the actions and responses that we can directly observe, whereas the t
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